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Mac OS X 10.6: Choosing color profiles for a display

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Choosing color profiles for a display

Display Calibrator Assistant creates a ColorSync profile when you calibrate your display. You can switch between different color profiles for your display using Displays preferences.

To choose a color profile for a display:

  1. Open System Preferences, click Displays, and then click Color.

  2. Select a profile in the Display Profile list.

If you have more than one display, you can assign a different color profile to each display. Choose the profile for each display using the Displays preferences pane that appears on that display.

Last Modified: Aug 6, 2013
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